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New Mexico is one of the most beautiful states to live or visit in the United States. Maybe your are relocating to New Mexico or just need to have your vehicle transported to or from here, either way at Best Price Auto Shipping we will guide you through the entire New Mexico auto shipping process. Whether you need to ship one car or multiple vehicles we got your covered, just simply fill out the short, simple quote form above, or call 800-691-2347 to start receiving New Mexico auto transport quotes. You might be interested to learn a few fun facts about the great state of New Mexico, for example did you know New Mexico used to formerly belong to Spain, Mexico only took its current name in 1821, after it won its independence from Spain. Historically, New Mexico was initially part of the independent federal republic of Mexico from 1836 to 1848. The U.S. Congress subsequently admitted New Mexico to the Union as the 47th state of the U.S. on the 6th of January 1912.
The population of New Mexico was 2,085,572 on the 1st of July 2014. Its most populous city is Albuquerque, with a population of 556,495, followed by Las Cruces, with a population of 101,324, and then Rio Rancho, with a population of 91,956. Its capital, Santa Fe, is the fourth most populated city in the state, with 69,976 inhabitants. The climate of New Mexico is typically arid to semi-arid, but the state has portions of alpine and continental climates. Its highest temperature was recorded at Waste Isolation Pilot Plant besides Loving on the 27th of June 1994 at 122 °F or 50 °C, while its lowest temperature was recorded at Gavilan on the 1st of February 1951 at -50 °F or -46 °C. Major economic drivers of New Mexico are tourism and oil and gas production. In addition, their main exports are processors and controllers, while its imports are parts and accessories for automatic data processing equipment machines and units.
The main U.S. routes in New Mexico are U.S. Route 70 (US-70), whose south or west terminus is on the US-70 Arizona state line and the north or east terminus is on the US-70 Texas state line; US-64, whose south or west terminus is on the US-64 Arizona state line and the north or east terminus is on the US-56 Clayton; and US-285, whose south or west terminus is on the US-285 Texas state line and the north or east terminus is on the US-285 Colorado state line. Major state routes in New Mexico are the New Mexico State Road 120 (NM-120), whose south or west terminus is Black Lakes and the north or east terminus is Clayton; NM-9, whose south or west terminus is on the NM-80 near Rodeo and the north or east terminus is on the CR-A003 on the Luna-Doña Ana county line; and NM-371, whose south or west terminus is Thoreau and the north or east terminus is Farmington. The current fuel average prices in New Mexico, as of May 4, 2015, are $2.504 for regular fuel, $2.641 for midrange fuel, $2.773 for premium fuel, and $2.749 for diesel. So whether you are shipping a car to New Mexico or from New Mexico, Best Price Auto Shipping has you covered.
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